Michelle Dockery has shocked fans by stripping off for a VERY raunchy sex scene in US drama Good Behaviour.

The Downton Abbey actress was world’s away from aristocrat Lady Mary Crawley, as she romped with her hitman boyfriend in her latest role.

After checking into a secluded hotel, Michelle, 35, wastes no time in peeling off her clothes for lover Javier, played by Juan Diego Botto.

Juan then tenderly kisses Michelle’s skin as she writhes in pleasure.

The racy pair then romp against a wall before moving things over to the bed.

However their moment of passion is cut short as Michelle stops to answer a phone call from her son’s school.

After five years on Dowton, Michelle plays con artist Letty Raines in the drama which is now in its second seasons on TNT.

The hit show centres on Michelle’s character Letty, who was let out of prison for good behaviour, but soon falls into old habits as thieving conwoman.

Michelle previously revealed she was nervous about playing a role so different from her Downton Abbey character.

“I never think that’s a good way to carve out a career, but Letty just came out of nowhere really when I was finishing off and the script appeared,” she told the Sunday Morning Herald.

“I was cautious about doing something so different when people had obviously known me for Mary. I didn’t want it to appear that I was doing this just for the sake of it,” she added.

Michelle could soon be reprising he role of Lady Mary, as Downton Abbey writer Julian Fellowes is working on a film version of the hit ITV show.

Fellowes is drafting the script but has said he’s not even sure the production will go ahead as it will be difficult to juggle the schedules of the show’s Hollywood bound actors.

“We will either make the film or we won’t or we will have the musical on stage – we will have an ice ballet or the Downton opera but as a television series it is finished.

“I hope there will be a film. It will be sad if we don’t do one. Most films are a punt and we have a solid audience waiting for it. The difficulty is rounding up the actors who have now gone off to the four corners of the earth, in Hollywood, on Broadway, doing plays, doing series and so on.”

He suggests the film could follow the characters’ stories 30 years prior to where the series started, as a prequel – which allows for a different cast, depicting cook Mrs Patmore – currently played by Lesley Nicol – starting out in the kitchen of the Abbey.

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